This recipe came from "Laney" Shoecraft.  She made them for her fanily in the  1870s.  She was a very good cook and was known  for her cleanliness .  Remember the old saying,  "You could eat off her kitchen floor" ?  Well, that  has been said of her many times.  She was the great--great grandmother of Chuck and Milt Shoecraft.

Beat together--the blender works really well.  Batter will be thin.

5 eggs
3/4 cup flour with a pinch of baking powder
3/4 cup of milk
1 TBSP  butter

Heat a large skillet untill very hot--drop of water will dance across it.

Add about a tablespoon (maybe less) of shortening to skillet and pour in a small amount of batter.  Pick up skillet and roll the batter around the pan untill the pancake is very thin.  When brown on bottom side-- flip over.  These pancakes cook very fast.  Butter the pancake and sprinkle it with sugar--rol l it up.   Jam, in place of the sugar , is also good.  Repeat the process untill the batter has all been used.